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Uploaded by: ktbahamas

Friday August 26, 2011

New Providence, Bahamas

Caption: Utility pole with street light snapped in half by Irene's winds on a busy street in New Providence.

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6. ktbahamas
4:29 PM GMT on August 29, 2011
@Hotzenwaelder very few areas on the island have utilities underground unfortunately. I completely agree with your comment however we probably do not have them all underground for a few reasons: budget constraints, ease of access for utility companies (our power goes out an average of three times per week in the summer), infrastructure is just not up to speed to be able to handle the digging on inner city areas that do not have defined roads, sidewalks etc.
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5. Skyepony
1:20 PM GMT on August 28, 2011
I'm featuring this pic in my blog.
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4. Hotzenwaelder
5:49 AM GMT on August 28, 2011
Why do they not put utilities underground? That would solve a lot of problems caused by storms.
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3. 5bigdogs
5:31 PM GMT on August 27, 2011
Just goes tho show the strength of the wind we underestimate the unseen sometimes we have to wait to see the effect.
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2. 5bigdogs
5:26 PM GMT on August 27, 2011
Just shows the strength of the nature
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1. gilg72
3:01 PM GMT on August 26, 2011
Wow! sorry to see this happening. Thank you for posting these very informative weather photos.
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